Police are still on the hunt for the man wanted in connection with the killing of Aamina Mohammed.
After retrieving the car belonging to Mohammed’s suspected murderer on Monday, investigators spent Tuesday afternoon combing a deserted area in Princes Town in search of her former lover.
Police have revealed that the Princes Town man, whom Mohammed applied for a protective order against, was reported missing on Sunday by his common-law-wife, two days before Mohammed was found with her throat slit at a housing construction site in San Fernando.
Relatives indicated that the man had threatened to kill Mohammed several times since separating several years ago.
A hearing for her protective order was scheduled for Tuesday.
Mohammed, 30, a geriatric nurse of Debe, was a mother of two children, ages eight and six.
Around 9 am Monday, Investigators received information that the suspect’s black Toyota Tercel was spotted in Garth Road, Princes Town.
The officers ultimately located the vehicle parked and secured in a dirt road with the front passenger and rear seats missing.
The car was wrecked to the Princes Town Police Station where it was processed and the registered owner contacted.
He told police that he sold the car to the suspect several months ago but it was never transferred at the Licensing Office.
Mohammed’s relatives said that she received a phone call on Thursday afternoon and left home around 5.30 pm.
Around 4 pm Friday, a welder passing through a housing construction site at the back of SK Singh’s Hardware found her body while on his way to see the Cipero River.